Alan Schom talked about his new book, Napoleon Bonaparte, published by HarperCollins. He described the failings of Napoleon Bonaparte’s campaigns in Egypt and the retreat from Russian, attributing the failures entirely to Napoleon Bonaparte. Mr. Schom also investigated Napoleon Bonaparte’s reorganization of the French government, his successful campaigns and his personal life. close
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